miller, former assistant director of national intelligence, with us from new york. john, good morning. >> good morning, charlie. >> so we have this controversy coming out of this as to whether the pentagon may take any action against the navy s.e.a.l., former navy s.e.a.l. who calls himself mark owens. would they seriously consider doing that? >> you know, it's complicated, because they are damned if they do and damned if they don't, charlie. on one hand, they don't want to look like the big bad government or the big bad pentagon taking a guy to court who's got, you know, a silver star, five bronze stars, three devices, 12 deployments, and shot osama bin laden. on the other hand, they are kind of worried, what is the signal it sends when somebody does a book completely without any authorization, and then nothing happens to him? >> well, john, the pentagon said yesterday that this is the height of irresponsibility not to have this book checked by their pentagon officials because it could endanger lives.